March has begun and so as the summer. Holi is a spring festival, also known as the festival of colors or the festival of sharing love. In the Braj region of India, where the Hindu deity Krishna grew up, the festival is celebrated for 16 days in commemoration of the divine love of Radha for Krishna.... Continue Reading →

It's the time to buy new clothes for the new season. Cotton/Khadi in soothing color would be my pick for the summer of New Delhi. I was in Jaipur last month for Literature festival and to visit my friends who are behind the label 'Cotton Rack'. Cotton Rack is all about Khadi fabric. They have a small... Continue Reading →

This year is running too fast. I can't believe February is also going to end in couple of weeks. Taking pictures is something I enjoy on every walk I take. Some makes sense and some are just for me, like random thoughts. While I was in Jaipur a month back, I got to meet Surendra... Continue Reading →

Year 2016 started with a lot of work and new challenges. Since 2011, I am visiting Jaipur in the month of January for the Literature festival. This year also, I spent a week in exploring Jaipur. Unlike, last few years, this time it was more exciting. Day 1 started with attending the talk of legendary... Continue Reading →

January diary!

Hope you are having a good time in Year 2016! Few days back, I again got the chance to make jewellery for a client in Milan. Here I am sharing the pictures from the same. I had only 24 hours to deliver this order. This collection is the output from continuous 14 hours of  jewellery making.... Continue Reading →

Niharika Rajput

A very happy new year to all of you! Year 2015 was very special for me. I have plans to bring to you new inspiring talents along with new products. Birds have always been my inspiration and today I am introducing to you the very talented artist 'Niharika Rajput'. It was somewhere in 2012, when... Continue Reading →

Shazar

Shazar in Persian means tree,and the stone,dendrite agate, gets its name from beautiful formations in the stone. Shazar was discovered in Banda about 400 years ago by an Arab. Banda city is located on the bank of Ken River. He was mesmerized by its colorful patterns that looked like leaves and trees and so he... Continue Reading →

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